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  Ryryz  |  0

What ever happened to trust being a key ingredient in a relationship? Shouldn't have to watch over someone every 3secs of their life. :P

  hxcxrocker93  |  3

I agree with you to an extent, I feel a girlfriend should be watched carefully at a party, but not to make sure she's not sneaking off to bang someone else, I watch my girlfriend closely to make sure she's safe. It's a messed up world and they need watching.

  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

#9 So someone is "in the Dark Ages" if you commit yourself to one person? I fail to see the logic behind that. If a couple has an agreement that it's an open relationship, that's okay. I have no problems with that. But, in this particular case, I'm guessing that OP and his girlfriend had an agreement to be monogamous. And, seeing as how he seems so put out about his girlfriend sleeping with other guys, OP has likely been faithful to her.


You are allowing yourself to get to worked over a post that has no clear meaning. Sometimes when you feel a post is full of ignorance and whatnot, it is best to just walk away instead of wasting time trying to argue with them

This is the case, far as I'm concerned #9 is the equivalent of a shit-tier troll and ought to be disregarded as such.

  FYLDeep  |  25

I don't see any double standards. Doesn't look like he expected her to behave in any way that he wouldn't. And I have no idea what the dark ages part is supposed to mean.

  iGreen_Day  |  0

nine, shut the fuck up. no one would be any less outraged or whatever if it was a girl saying her boyfriend slept with 3 different girls at a party. it's fucking disgusting.
and i think it did have a clear meaning

  Sun_Kissed18  |  25

#9, I'm pretty sure if the genders were reversed, we would be saying the same exact thing. It's never ok to cheat on a significant other; therefore, there are no double standards

  aadk  |  0

#9, yes, there are double standards, but think of this way: if a key can open many locks, it's a master key, but if a lock can be opened by many keys, then it's a shitty lock. Think about it... :) haha